While both Euro and Copa America are coming to an end, the 16th edition of the Gold Cup will start on 10th July and will be held until 1st August in the United States. 31 players and coaches seen previously at the Maurice Revello Tournament will compete in the CONCACAF’s prestigious competition.
Canada : Head coach : John Herdman (2018)
Costa Rica : Rónald Matarrita (2015), Allan Cruz (2015), Ariel Lassiter (2015) – Head coach : Luis Fernando Suárez (1999)
United States : Kellyn Acosta (2013)
Guadeloupe : Yohann Thuram (2010)
Guatemala : Oscar Castellanos (2019)
Jamaica : Liam Moore ((2014)
Mexico : Néstor Araujo (2011, 2012), Héctor Moreno (2006), Alan Cervantes (2019), Héctor Herrera (2012), Alan Pulido (2011, 2012), Jesús Corona (2013)
Qatar : Yousef Hassan (2014), Meshaal Barsham (2019), Ahmed Suhail, Musab Khidir (2015), Homam Ahmed (2018), Abdullah Al-Ahrak (2014), Assim Madibo (2014), Akram Afif (2014), Ahmed Alaaeldin (2015), Hassan Al-Haydos (2010), Yusuf Abdurisag (2018) – Head coach : Félix Sánchez Bas (2014)
Suriname : Sean Klaiber (2015), Roland Alberg (2012), Ryan Donk (2006), Mitchell Donald (2008), Diego Biseswar (2009)
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The Maurice Revello Tournament graduates clinched all the individual awards during last Gold Cup held in 2019 : Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico) has been named best goalkeeper of the competition, Jonathan David (Canada) finished as the tournament’s top scorer (6 goals) while Raul Jimenez (Mexico) won the best player award.
Qatar will compete in the Gold Cup as a guest. In the past, CONCACAF invited several teams like South Africa, Brazil, Colombia or South Korea to play the Gold Cup.